Floridians: if you’re not busy tonight, why not Do The Math?

(these are of course NA dates) Event Title: Do the Math ... If you Love this Planet// Earth Night Gathering Venue: Country Park {Mobile Home} Community Clubhouse Location: Clearwater, FL Start Time: Sunday, April 21, 7:00 PM You can RSVP here: http://act.350.org/event/do_the_math_movie_attend/4678/signup/?t=2&akid=3034.683317.zTETWN     Event Title: "Do the Math" sustainability tour movie at Eckerd College. Venue: Eckerd College Campus at … Continue reading Floridians: if you’re not busy tonight, why not Do The Math?

Chinese corporate hackers, the Chamber of Commerce, Fakegate

What do they have in common?  Apparently some methodologies, uncovered by the hacktivist group Anonymous. Details can be found in an interesting, if dense, article at The Nation, which describes how Anonymous revealed dealings the Chamber of Commerce was having with a Cyber Security firm that did not limit itself to defensive measures. Attorneys for … Continue reading Chinese corporate hackers, the Chamber of Commerce, Fakegate

(OT) US Press – growing a spine?

This is not directly climate related, but it does pertain to the media and its abject failure to take its responsibilities towards democracy more seriously.  Via The Huffington Post, I read these strong words from an angry press towards a secretive Whitehouse Administration: Speaking on behalf of the White House Correspondents Association, I can say … Continue reading (OT) US Press – growing a spine?

Disagreeing with the IPCC’s approach

There is a very interesting article on Nature.com that provides an example of something a bit uncommon in the climate wars: an intelligent and well reasoned disagreement with the IPCC. (h/t to Climate Etc.) The article is well worth the read in its entirety, but its central point is a relatively straightforward one. The smaller … Continue reading Disagreeing with the IPCC’s approach